Meet Carol Sztaba, university architect, has been with KU for more than nine years and is responsible for the development and revisions for campus facilities master planning. A native of Michigan, she moved to Pennsylvania in 1984 and lives in Spring Township, Berks County.
Construction Update: Please be aware that a geo-technical company will be on site Jan. 10-11 in the vicinity of lots C1, C3, & C5 performing core drilling activities.
- today1-4 p.m., Facilities will be performing an upgrade to our automated email function in iService Desk and TMA. During that time, the automated email function will not operate. We are planning our production and work order processing around these times so that they have the least impact to our campus customers. However, there may be limited service capability and access to iService Desk and TMA may be interrupted during this time. Our Work Control Center will be open and staff will be available to assist you with urgent needs during the upgrade. If you require assistance during that time, please call the Work Control Center at x3-1594.
For additional information, please contact Gil Clary, Office of Assessment, firstname.lastname@example.org at x6-4344. In order to plan for lunch, kindly RSVP by today to Kathi Malloy, Office of Assessment, email@example.com at x6-5933. Please join us in this important work.
ATHLETICS Saturday, Jan. 8
ARAMARKThis week the Cub Café will be open 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Viewpoints will be open 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
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(Announcements and other information that have previously appeared in the Daily Brief.)
Congratulations to Kerri Gardi, director, Career Development Center for being included in a recent edition of Campus Career Counselor, a publication for those in the career services profession. Kerri was included in a story on mock interviews - see page 5 - http://www.kutztown.edu/news/brief/2011/January/CampusCareerCounselor.pdf
KU joins in mourning the passing of State Senator Michael O'Pake. Words of dedication are located here: http://www.kutztown.edu/admin/urelations/mediarelations/1012/senator_opake.shtml
Kutztown University Radio (KUR) has a slightly freshened sound on our popular daytime/filler format “Café KUR.” Taking assessment seriously as we always do, we’ve learned during the past year that you’d like to hear more “soul” mixed in with the jazz. So, as of this past Monday, “Café KUR” now features "Jazz, with a little bit of soul!” The jazz now has an on-air sister, a genre borrowing many roots from jazz, that being “soul.” Tune in today and support your campus radio station! “The Radio Voice of Kutztown University, KUR!” Tune in or discover all the different ways to tune in at http://kur.kutztown.edu/. (Student specialty shows get going again in just a few short weeks!) Stay tuned!
In the news over the break: KU professor Andrew Arnold pens pocket guide to the U.S. Constitution - http://readingeagle.com/article.aspx?id=274794
Attention Faculty: It’s not too late to add your textbook to the rental list for spring semester. If your textbook is in a newer edition and you plan to use it for at least three or more semesters, please contact Jackie Downing at x6-4194 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org at the KU Student Bookstore. She will explain to you how you may be able to help save the students up to 60% off the price of their textbooks beginning this spring. Whether or not you sent in your textbook adoption, Jackie will work with you to make it happen. Let’s work together to make textbooks more affordable for students.
Barbara Peterka, manager, KU Student Bookstore
The office of Student Union & Involvement Services is holding its first leadership conference, "LeaderSHIP: Uncovering Your Treasure Chest" on Saturday, Feb. 12. We are asking KU faculty and professional staff to please consider leading a session. Main topics covered will be collaboration, diversity, and finances/money management, directed at Greek leaders, emerging leaders, and service leaders. We will finish the day with a dinner and keynote address by local educator and leadership professional, Dr. Nathaniel Williams. If you are interested in getting involved in this exciting opportunity, please e-mail Jennifer Topp at email@example.com with your proposal by Jan. 24.